LAB INNOVATIONS is the Unmissable Event for 2012
News Jun 01, 2012
See, touch, experience and discover the latest product developments and innovations in the laboratory industry. Keep up to date with the latest trends, learn from new approaches and develop new skills when you attend the compelling conference held at LAB INNOVATIONS.
LAB INNOVATIONS is being supported by The Royal Society of Chemistry, Gambica, Campden BRI, Society of Biology, Institute of Measurement and Control and UK Science Park Association.
Exhibiting companies already onboard include Broadley-James Ltd, 3M, Action Sealtite, Bibby Scientific, Bio Control Systems, CTS Europe Ltd, ELGA LabWater, Erlab, Grant Instruments Ltd, Greiner Bio-One, Labcaire Systems, MERCK, Monmouth Scientific, MSE UK, Riva, Sartorius, Specac, SteriTech and Ultra-Violet Products Ltd.
Learning and career development sit at the heart of the event. The Royal Society of Chemistry is organising talks, workshops and walk-in sessions presented by leading experts from industry and academia, covering topics on analytical chemistry, health & safety and continuing professional development (CDP). Campden BRI is running industry briefings on the micro and analytical products and their applications in the food & beverage industry.
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